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E-127: Rangeland Risk Management for Texans: Managing Residual Forage for Rangeland Health
210550, 15; 232550, 85;
Free electronic download only. Livestock grazing is a tool for managing economic and climatic risk. Overgrazing increases a producer's risk should drought occur or market prices decline. This publication explains the importance of leaving enough forage residue to protect against these risks, and discusses ways of measuring forage use. (2 pp., 1 illustration, 1 table, 1 graph) By: Jerry L. Holechek, Larry D. White, C. Wayne Hanselka
E-392: Do You Have Enough Forage?
E-319: Bale Weight: How Important is it?
E-141: Rangeland Resource Management for Texans: Strategic Planning for Success
E-464: Nitrogen Deposition in the Southern High Plains
E-31: Master Plant List for Texas Range and Pasture Plant Identification Contests
E-147S: ¿Por qué son Importantes las Metas en la Administración de Recursos Naturales?
E-391: What Range Herbivores Eat -- and Why
E-614: Hay Purchases: Grasses Not Adapted to Texas
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